the descent of man ep is the third and last part of a trilogy on vinyl dedicated to charles darwin studies. this final chapter is focused on the darkest side of electronic music and his impact on human psychology. as charles darwin studied the evolution of physical and mental traits, we want to show how obscure, trembling and aggressive sounds generate an increasing sense of agitation and loss while mild and gloomy atmospheres can relieve the body and brain, achieving a peaceful state of mind. dont be afraid to move into a shady space. this is not the end even if it could be.
dhaze is back on electronique and the talented italian has come up trumps once again with this dark and energetic opium ep backed with a very hot remix of come to me courtesy of much admired duo proudly people. early support from marco carola, richie hawtin, leon, stacey pullen, yaya, reelow, arado, rhadow, miguel bastida & more
very pleased to present to you our very first vinyl only project fusing some beautiful sunrise, and sunset moments and some straight up quality house music from dubphone, max j & coockies, dhaze & jerome c.
following recent releases on nick curlys 8 bit and steve bugs poker flat imprints respectively, carlos joins the electronique family for his latest ep instantly hitting the mark with some chunky tech house grooves across the 2 original cuts. remixes are supplied by legendary french producer jef k and viva musics detlef
MULTIFREQUENCY BEHAVIOUR OF HIGH ENERGY COSMIC SOURCES EP
12" Vinyl D03.02.14
commodity place project is back with two masterful compositions wrapped in a special colorful ep. the duo composed by roman musicians massimiliano loretucci (computer and synths) and riccardo frosoni (guitar and percussions) has set two amazing tracks letting the mind and body to travel far away till the most unreachable and undefined horizons of psychedelic music. on side a, >multifrequency behaviour of high energy cosmic sources< develops an intense journey into a nebulous space dimension where a wide range of fluffy cosmic echoes are stratified and stretched to the infinity, while human perception is totally kidnapped by ancestral voice effects. straight to the unknown ambient paradise. the endless 12 minutes of >ahura mazda< fill entirely the b side. a melodic start up loop on a mild 4/4 downtempo pace prepares the well coming of an outstanding solo guitar excursion with some psy-synths on background for a piece of music that we can literally define as an extraordinary psychedelic / krautrock symphony. so, now you are in. but remember: over the mystic mountains another earth could be found.